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Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? in America. Now, even in New York we managed to record some games which we weren't able to cram into the regular shows, because they were either too British, too American, or too difficult for the producer to understand at the first time of watching. So here's a selection of some of the bits which didn't quite get away.

Games

  • Authors
    • Greg - Zane Grey
    • George - The various authors of the Bible
    • Ryan Stiles - Tony Esposito, who writes for National Geographic
    • Mike McShane - An American greeting card
    • Title: Three Men and a Duck
  • Song Styles
    • Singer: Josie
    • About: Refrigerators
    • Styles: Country
  • News Report
    • Anchorman: Greg
    • Expert: Mike
    • Reporter: George
    • Various characters: Ryan
    • Topic: Jack & Jill
  • Helping Hands
    • Performers: Mike, and Ryan with Colin's hands
    • Scene: Mike is going to see fortune teller Ryan
  • World's Worst
    • Person to sit next to in a cinema
    • Performers: Josie, Ryan, Christopher, and Jim
  • Expert
    • Interviewer: Greg
    • Expert: Ryan
    • Topic: Aerobics
  • Party Quirks
    • Host: Ryan
    • George - Sleepwalker
    • Mike - Cannibal
    • Greg - Newspaper vendor
  • Psychiatrist
    • Psychiatrist: Josie
      • Jim - Obsessed with James Brown
  • Film Dubbing
    • Performers: George and Ryan
    • Scene: Two people arguing over the greatest song of all time
  • Rap
    • Performers: Mike, Ryan, George, and Greg
    • About: Stamp collecting

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